A Conversation with Shantanu Agrawal, MD, MPhil, President and CEO National Quality Forum
How do we address this once in a lifetime health crisis? Dr. Shantanu Agrawal shares how the team at National Quality Forum are working to expand the conversation on what it will take to mitigate the negative consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In our conversation with Dr. Agrawal we also explore his thoughts for the future and the new reality we will face collectively after this crisis. While acknowledging the heroism we are seeing everywhere at this time, he also raises the significant shortcomings in our current healthcare system revealed by the crisis, including health disparities driven by socioeconomic status, race, and geographic location. Listen as he shares how we must move beyond just clinical quality to the need to address health itself as we move through this crisis.
Culture & Leadership | Staff & Provider Engagement
How High Performing Organizations are Leader Rounding: A Benchmarking Study
Katie Haifley, CPXP | Co-founder and COO/CMO, Nobl Every patient, every day is the best practice for leadership rounding on patients but it’s not always realistic. With nursing shortages and hospital leadership positions open, how do you know what the right amount of rounds is for your organization to move the needle on patient satisfaction?Learn more
Culture & Leadership
From Fence-Hopper to Top Doctor: A Conversation with Neurosurgeon Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa
Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa (Dr. Q.) was an impoverished teenager living in a rural Mexican village before he hopped an 18-foot fence into California and found his way into the loftiest heights of the American Dream through hope, hard work and perseverance. Listen as he reflects on his life, his work and the importance of healing,Learn more
Culture & Leadership
Building on a decade of hope: Why we must champion the human experience
The pages of PXJ have served a primary purpose, to expand the evidence on patient experience and push the boundaries of innovation in this critical work. But through this commitment, PXJ has seen much more happen. The contributions of our thousands of authors, reviewers and editors have also fostered an environment of connection. PXJ hasLearn more